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Name : Kevin Cahill
Industry Type : Project Manager
City & State : Billerica, Ma
Job Title
Relocation Preferences : Highway - Heavy Contractors
Objective : Massachusetts/Rhode Island/ New Hampshire
Resume :  
Kevin W. Cahill
24 Ichabod Lane
Billerica, MA 01821

To secure a Construction Management position that allows me to utilize my strong work ethic, leadership, and past experiences

Bentley University Waltham, Ma
Bachelor Degree in Business Finance May 2002
Overall GPA: 3.5

Liddell BrothersJune 2009 PresentHalifax, MA
Project Manager of 14 G.C. Jobs for 4 states above
Set up Project after being awarded
- Complete all major material buyouts
- Set up and negogiate all subcontracts
- Conduct survey for fabricators shop drawings
- Manage and Control submittal process Document Control
- Assemble Crew and equiptment
- Manage and Control Project Cost / Extra Work Orders/ Engineering Change Notices
- Supervised personal
- Point of Contact for RE

Bond Brothers Inc.April 2002- January 2009 Everett, MA
Field Superintendent MA/CT/RI
Managed Union Utility Jobs immediately after being awarded
-Created a budget based on schedule milestones and unit costs
- Assembled a crew with necessary skills/equipment
- Awarded subcontracts to other trades
- Purchased material and schedule necessary delivery dates
- Familiarized contract, outlined hold points, and presented necessary submittals
- Established a field office for job site
- Responsible for pulling all necessary permits
Supervised personnel throughout all stages of job
-Planned daily assignments for all crews
- Organized and held weekly safety meetings for site and crews
- Served as primary liaison between Bond Brother and contractor
- Determined work to be contract or change order
- Facilitated monthly req's with project manager
- Collaborated with accounting dept. for payments to subcontractors and vendors
- Arranged all necessary inspections and organized reports
-Handled all issues that may arise between the Owner and Unions outlined in the Project Labor Agreements
Project Closeout
-Completed punch list items
- Assisted accounting in finalizing payments (receivable and payable)
- Closed out all final inspections with city and owner


Kevin Cahill
Civil & Utility Division

Kevin has been involved in site work and utilities since his early teens. As the son of a general contractor in the Boston Area, he has worked in construction throughout his high school and college years. With his degree in Business Finance, Kevin has combined two major factors that allow him to run projects efficiently with great cost control and budgeting skills. Kevin has gained the respect of the men in his crews with his personality and knowledge of the work. He is extremely detail oriented and prepares a daily outline of each days projects and goals. Organized and enthusiastic, Kevin excels at large complex projects by communicating with other superintendents and coordinating subcontractors. Bond Brothers Inc. would highly recommend Kevin to any Superintendent / Project Management role.

Bentley College
BS, Finance

Computer Skills
Proficient in Heavy Job, and Heavy Bid Construction management software
Proficient in Microsoft Excel. Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Outlook
Familiar with Primavera, and Timberline

Certificates and Licenses Experience
U.S. D.O.T. Drug and Alcohol
CPR and First Aid
Confined Space
Shoring and Alternate SOE School
OSHA Safety 10-Hour
OSHA Safety 30-Hour
Numerous Safety Awards and Recognition

Relevant Projects: In the order of the most recent

Harvard Allston Development Group, On-Call Services, Allston, MA
Role: Project Superintendent / Company Liaison supervising 28-32 Million in work over 2 years
Scope has included roadway improvements, sidewalks, mitigation, fencing, and sound walls and fast-track athletic field project to install three new turf football fields with excavation, drainage, laser grading, and underground ductbank for night lighting. Bond Managed as well as self performed all work.

Northeast Utilities 345 kV Transmission Project, Norwalk to Middletown, CT
Role: Field Superintendent Supervising 4 crews (25 men / 25 Mcphee Linemen)
Bond completed 21 miles of underground ductbank through urban areas, mostly along U.S. Route 1 from Norwalk to Bridgeport. The scope included traffic mitigation, trench excavation and shoring, rock excavation, dewatering, backfill, roadway restoration, and several bridge crossings.

NSTAR, 345 kV Transmission Reliability Project, Boston, MA
Role: Field Superintendent Supervising 3 Crews (20 Bond men / 20 Utec Linemen)
Project included 18 miles of trenching and installation of high voltage 345kV underground cable in welded steel pipe, construction of a new switching station in Stoughton, and construction of two new substation yards in Boston. This project required a pipe jacking component beneath Rt. 128. The new switching station construction was turn-key from site development to commissioning. This was NSTARs largest project in the past 3 decades.

Kendall Substation 345 kV Distribution House, Cambridge MA
Role: Assistant Superintendent Coordinating Scheduling, Trades, and Subcontracts
Part of a system reliability and new efficient distribution house in an area of many new Bio Labs.
This project connected new underground transmission lines from a project Bond had completed 18 months prior. It was originally awarded to a utility contractor, who was removed from the job after becoming 6 months behind schedule, only 3 months in. The Projects excavation was supported by piles and steel lagging on a highly contaminated site previously owned by the second largest oil burning power plant in the Boston area. Frac Tanks and Tanker Trucks were removing and transporting groundwater around the clock. This was a fast-track project on a postage stamp site surrounded by large neighboring buildings on all four sides. The site had only one ROW entrance with limited access. This Project was completed on time and Substation was online well before original liquidated damages dates.

Harvard University, Divinity Avenue Utilities, Cambridge, MA
Role: Assistant Superintendent In charge of cost control and job recording
This campus utilities upgrade project combined modifications to an existing cast-in-place steam tunnel, with that of multiple utility service installations, including: steam, chilled water, condensate return, domestic water and sewer, fire protection, electrical, and telecom. One of the most important factors of this project involved the control and management of vehicular traffic, pedestrian safety, and building access. Temporary walkways were constructed to maintain access to Harvards Tozzer Library as well as other
important buildings in the work area.

Harvard University, Northwest Lab Site Project, Cambridge, MA
Role: Assistant Superintendent Coordinating Work between Trades and Subcontracts
This site enabling project included the utility construction for the new Northwest Science Building on Harvard Universitys North Campus. It included the relocation of 5,000 lf of buried utilities. In addition to installing all the utility work for the new facility, including chilled water, natural gas, nitrogen, steam, condensate, municipal water, telecomm (UIS), combined sewer and electrical distribution systems, the scope also included electrical service improvements to Conant Hall and MCZ Lab, and the re-feed of existing steam, gas and chilled water to the MCZ Lab and to the Herbarium. Specialized vibration
control measures were used to protect historic masonry buildings and valuable museum treasures. This project included the relocation of a large municipal sewer line using pile and lagging for support.

Washington Group International, Mystic Station Betterment Project, Everett, MA
Role: Cost Control and Field Layout
Upgrades to the existing power plant's utility infrastructure system, as well as, installation of new underground utilities to accommodate a major expansion to the plant. In addition to working directly for owner, Bonds crews worked for multiple electrical and mechanical contractors throughout the project for civil and utility site support. This on-call work also included many concrete projects, architectural fit up of the control room, and interior and bulkhead repairs.

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